Leuze electronic shows its colors at SPS IPC Drives 2017

Leuze electronic is demonstrating its expertise in the sensor business at SPS/IPC/Drives, the international trade fair for electric automation systems and components, from 28th to 30th November 2017 in Nuremberg with Smart Sensor Business 4.0. The sensor people are presenting their innovations in Hall 7A, Stand 230 with a new visual appearance.

Owen, October 6, 2017 - SIMPLE, EXPERIENCE, PROXIMITY AND FUTURE - these are the core messages that Leuze electronic is presenting to its visitors with a new Look&Feel at this year’s SPS IPC drives under the motto of “Smart sensor business 4.0”. “Anybody can exhibit products – as far as we are concerned, it is a case of turning the visitor’s trade fair visit to Leuze electronic into a real experience”, says Salvatore Buccheri, operations manager for Germany at Leuze electronic. “At our trade show booth, the visitor can remember and experience the fact that we do not consider Smart Sensor Business 4.0 to be an advertising slogan, but a demonstrable customer promise that we live for on a day-to-day basis”. Thinking in a simple, creative and smart way starts with the development of new products at Leuze electronic. Leuze electronic is presenting its many years of in-depth industrial competence in intralogistics, packaging systems, tool manufacturing and the automotive industry under the heading of EXPERIENCE. The company currently offers PROXIMITY with an extensive service from 18 subsidiaries and 42 distributors worldwide. “Dealing with the individual needs of the customer and guaranteeing 24/7 availability worldwide is something that not everyone is capable of”, says Denis Giba, Vice President Sales Europe. The fact that Leuze electronic is shaping the FUTURE with the development of new technologies is shown by its pioneering role with regard to Industry 4.0, whereby the company has been collaborating with Microsoft and the OPC Foundation for more than a year. The first Leuze products are already Microsoft Azure Certified. A “Smart Sensor Business Path” provides the visitor with orientation, and leads him to all new innovations and core messages in a targeted way. “As well as our innovative sensor solutions, it is particularly important for trade show visitors to get to know who the sensor people are and what we are about, because business in B2B is ultimately made between people”, says Denis Giba.

Visit us in hall 7A, booth 230 and let yourself be surprised by the new look.

Note the date: Press breakfast on Wednesday morning, November 29, 2017.

Official invitations to the trade press will follow shortly.

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